Bogota, Nov 9 (EFE) .- Latin American markets closed the day on mixed terrain after a day of losses on Wall Street, which closed in red, dragged by the sector technological and pending fiscal reform in the United States.
The New York stock market showed red numbers by marking a decline in the Industrial Dow Jones, its main indicator, with 0.43% and ended at 23,461.94 points; Units.
This behavior was basically due to a report in The Washington Post newspaper that the US Senate said. of the tax reform promoted by President Donald Trump.
Another of the factors against was AT & T, whose shares rose by 1.67%, after announcing that they are ready to defend in the courts its merger agreement with Time Warner, whose shares fell to 1.64% at the close.
While, the day of this Thursday in the Latin American parks culminated divided between the red and green numbers.
The São Paulo sector fell 1.93% to 72,930 units in the Ibovespa, with turnover of 9,125.7 million reais (about 2,798.4 million dollars), due to the uncertainty about the tax reform in the United States and the reform of pensions in Brazil.
In Mexico, the Price and Quotation Index (IPC) It fell by 0.25% to 48,713.51 points, after a purchase and sale for 19,391 million Mexican pesos (about 1,017.3 million dollars).
On the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange the Merval index it had a fall of 0.46%, to 27,951.54 units, after movements for 837.35 million Argentine pesos (about 47.77 million dollars).
In Santiago, its index IPSA, recorded a drop of 0.76% in its main index, the IPSA, which closed at 5,433.89 integers, with an amount of the shares traded at 103,724,953,640 Chilean pesos (about 164.38). millions of dollars).
On the opposite side, in the Colombian market the capitalization index (Colcap) gained 0.39% and ended at 1,440.38 units, during a session with movements for 160,221.83 million Colombian pesos (about 53.2 million dollars).
The S & P / BVL Peru General index marked 19,961.68 whole, after registering an increase of 0.02 percent, in session in which 53,166,003 soles (about $ 16,399,137) were negotiated.
And the BVMBG of Montevideo rose 0.53% and stood at 115.20 points, after transactions traded by 56,683,903 Uruguayan pesos (about 3,237,089 dollars).
The evolution of the Latin American stock exchanges was the following:
Market Closing Points
MEXICO -0.25% 48,713.51
BUENOS AIRES -0.46% 27.951,54
SANTIAGO -0, +0.39% 1440.38
LIMA +0.02% 19.961,68
MONTEVIDEO +0.53% 115.20